Vancouver’s unique urban identity is enhanced and softened by a spectacular setting.


The Pacific is the next chapter in the legacy of this location and a timeless addition to Vancouver’s skyline.


Downtown is home to some of Canada’s leading culinary and cultural establishments.


Vancouver’s unique urban identity – a result of global leadership in planning and architecture – is enhanced and softened by a spectacular setting. Parks, sandy beaches and seaside restaurants define this established residential neighbourhood.


The Pacific’s location is ideally situated, steps from the conveniences of downtown and within minutes of Granville Island’s bustling arts districts, Yaletown’s culinary scene, and the sandy beaches of Kitsilano and English Bay.

Leave your car at home and set out on foot or by bike, transit or boat. Board the Aquabus at the foot of Hornby Street for access to False Creeks’ waterfront neighbourhoods.

Vancouver’s seawall and bridges connect you to the city’s most vibrant neighbourhoods

Pacific + Hornby

For over a century, this property has been – and will continue to be – home to Leslie House, a local landmark with a storied history. The “little yellow house” is best known as the location of Il Giardino restaurant and is one of the oldest remaining homes in downtown Vancouver.

From a distance, The Pacific’s simplicity shines with an understated elegance. Up close, the architectural complexity is revealed in its details. The result is a building of sophisticated stature that responds to its prominent location.

Downtown Living

Downtown is home to some of Canada’s leading culinary, entertainment and cultural establishments.

Visit the Vancouver Art Gallery, explore classic brands on Alberni Street or take in a live concert, or sporting event. Enjoy fresh and local seafood on the seawall at Ancora, or a Tuscan feast at Umberto Menghi’s legendary Giardino located steps away from The Pacific.

Downtown Vancouver is renowned for its parks and proximity to nature. The nearby seawall offers 28 kilometres of paths for walking, running and cycling, and is lined by parks and sandy beaches, from Sunset Beach to Coal Harbour and Spanish Banks.

Stand-up paddleboard, kayak or sail year-round from launching points in False Creek and English Bay.